Aurangabad Holidays

India
Aurangabad is a city in western India with a rich cultural and artistic history. It is a very popular tourist destination due to its many historical sites and monuments. Most famous among them are the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, both designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These caves were important …

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How to get to Aurangabad

Here's what you need to know about getting to Aurangabad. You can see the cheapest month to fly and a snapshot of flight prices for the following month. Also, don't forget to factor in your travelling time - the typical flight from London Heathrow to Aurangabad takes 12 hours, 35 minutes.

Where to stay in Aurangabad

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Aurangabad, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Aurangabad

www.zoqy.net | FlickrEllora Caves
Ellora Caves
Jorge Lascar | FlickrAjanta Caves
Ajanta Caves
sowri | FlickrGrishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
danchitnis | FlickrBibi Ka Maqbara
Bibi Ka Maqbara
www.zoqy.net | FlickrBhadra Maruti
Bhadra Maruti
Muffet | FlickrPaithani Weaving Center
Paithani Weaving Center
RubyGoes | FlickrHimroo Factory
Himroo Factory

Reviews of Aurangabad

Supreet Kini
Supreet Kini
04/02/2020

A historic city, the capital of the last strong Mughal ruler, Aurangzeb. Loads of history to the place!

Kamalan Travels
Kamalan TravelsNew Delhi
29/01/2016

The last Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb, made the city of Aurangabad his capital from 1653 to 1707 and left numerous historic relics alongside a group of ancient Buddhist caves. But the real reason for traipsing here over a weekend is because the town is an excellent base for exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Ajanta and Ellora.

Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney
03/12/2015

The central-Maharashtiran city of Aurangabad doesn't typically get much in the way of press. Most people, if they stop here at all, generally use it as a base for exploring the nearby Ajanta and Ellora Caves, and while that's the mostly the only natural reason to come here, it's still a suprisingly nice place, with a friendly vibe, lots of lodging options, and decent onward transit connections. If you find yourself wanting to linger longer than it takes just to do the caves (and nearby Daulatabad Fort!) there are also a host of nifty lesser medieval ruins around the town to explore.

Zubin Chacko
Zubin Chacko
04/10/2015

Learned something new. Smaller version of Taj Mahal. Must visit if in Aurangabad.

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